June 13, 2024


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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Delayed to 2023

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Despite numerous rumors all but confirming it, we now have official word that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is being delayed to 2023.

The official confirmation came by the way of the game’s creative director, Sefton Hill, who announced the delay on his twitter account. While the game has been moved from 2022, Hill did give us a small release window with the game poised to be released in “spring” of 2023. Hill also acknowledges the frustration and disappointment that comes with a delay, but the delay will help in “making the best game we can.”

Suicide Squad is being developed by Rocksteady Gamess, the team behind the acclaimed Batman Arkham series, with this game being the first game from the developer in seven years. It’s the first major release from the studio since Arkham Knight in 2015. It was originally planned to be released in 2022, but after a Bloomberg report earlier this year, players began to expect the delay. There hasn’t been a definitive reason given for the delay, but with WB Bros. Interactive having plenty of games slated for this year – Hogwarts Legacy and Gotham Knights, to name a couple – they’re not in need of a big release for 2022.

The game is not stranger to news being leaked ahead of time, as the existence of the game had been circulating around the internet before it was officially announced at the DC FanDome Event in 2020. Suicide Squad is set in the same universe as the Arkham games and will feature four-player co-op in an open world. While there is still much about the game’s story that we don’t know, it does seem that the plot will focus on the band of villains infiltrating Metropolis to take on corrupted versions of the Justice League.

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